News and Updates

Interested in Participating in a Virtual Exercise Program?

BE- FIT     We are currently recruiting women to participate in this 8-week supervised exercise program completed virtually. BE-FIT  is an exercise program for women diagnosed with breast cancer and currently receiving endocrine therapy. For more information, click here. BE-BALANCED      We are also recruiting women to participant in an 12-week supervised virtual […]

Rehabilitation Sciences Research Symposium 2021

4 members of the Clinical Exercise Physiology Lab (CEPL) presented at the “Rehabilitation Sciences Research Symposium” on April 7, 2021! The presentations were as follows: Samantha Meyers (PhD Student)- “Protocol of a Randomized Control Trial Virtual Exercise Program for Breast Cancer Survivors Receiving Endocrine Therapy Treatment.” Kendra Zadravec (PhD Student)- “A discrete choice experiment to […]

Understanding people’s preferences for physiotherapy after breast cancer surgery

We are doing a study to understand what people who have had surgery for breast cancer think about different physiotherapy programs. The goal of the study is to understand what sorts of physiotherapy programs people may prefer after surgery for breast cancer, which can help inform the future development of physiotherapy programs for breast cancer. […]

Congratulations to PhD Student Kendra Zadravec for Receiving an Outstanding Presentation Award!

Congratulations to PhD student Kendra Zadravec for receiving the Anne Stiggelbout Award for an outstanding presentation at the Society for Medical Decision Making 2020 conference. Kendra presented data from her MSc thesis in the Patient and Stakeholder Preferences and Engagement category on the feasibility of using a discrete choice experiment to understand breast cancer survivors’ preferences for […]

CanRehab Program Funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Canadian Cancer Society

Dr. Kristin Campbell is a part of a team that was awarded a $2.37 million grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Canadian Cancer Society as part of the largest cancer survivorship research initiative in Canada. The project is entitled CanRehab and is funded over five years. Three concurrent projects will be […]